- n. One who shambles.
- shamble + -er (Wiktionary)
“So I wonder if having been dubbed a shambler so long ago wasn't somehow an omen of all the zombie fiction I'd write over the years!”
“If one makes plans based on a Zombie outbreak, then you probably wont be underprepared, if on the other hand you expect to call mumy on the cell phone then perhaps you may want to think a little more, or end up another Fkn brain eating shambler that I will have to deal with.”
“I met up with the shambler, captured in the combat zone.”
“And which sort of animated dead has the greater potential to frighten: shambler or sprinter?”
“On the University of Iowa Campus, someone approached the shambler and then punched him several times, all the while screaming about how the man was, in fact, a zombie.”
“Got to find that girl and kill that shambler before the whip comes down...and before the sun comes up.”
“Got to find that girl and kill that shambler before the whip comes down . . . and before the sun comes up.”
“Can the muck-encrusted shambler of the swamps apprehend the undead before the Marvel Universe is totally infected?”
“His two books, "The Zombie Survival Guide" and "World War Z", are redefining the shambler genre.”
“Wes fired, and halfway across the field, the shambler jerked and fell.”
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